Kentucky Tennessee Living is a non profit History, Education and Tourism website.

Currently we have a two person crew consisting of my wife Joanna and Myself.  We have diligently read thousands of newspaper articles, websites, books and company stock reports to bring you the information that we have found. That being said we try to verify any story or article with at least 2 resources however sometimes this is impossible due to the time period that some of the events took place.

We are not a “definitive” historical source, rather we think of ourselves as collectors gathering as much information as we can find on a subject we then try to present the evidence found with as little or our opinions as possible. We truly live in the age of information and as such, thousands of new articles, newspapers, books and photos are being posted each and every day we hope that our investigations will give someone clues and in turn aid them with their own research.

We hope that you enjoy our site and welcome any feedback as each story often contain breadcrumbs and clues that can lead to a wealth of information or in some cases provided additional questions when linked together with stories from other individuals such as yourself.

Thanks you so very much.

David & Joanna
Joanna & David Sergent

You can email us at or drop us a line at our facebook page at

or if you would like to send us copies of photos, articles etc send them to;


Notice: We cannot send anything back without a self addressed stamped envelope. Anything submitted will be considered in the public domain and if used will be marked Courtesy of: with your name.

3 Responses

  1. Hi, I do believe your web site could be having internet
    browser compatibility issues. When I take a look
    at your website in Safari, it looks fine but when opening in I.E., it’s got some overlapping issues.
    I just wanted to give you a quick heads up!
    Aside from that, wonderful site!

    1. Thank you very much.

      We are in the process of adapting and rebuilding the site, which, unfortunately due to my health was all but abandoned since 2016. When we were able to come back to it last month we discovered that WordPress had totally changed. In addition the theme we were using was abandoned along with several plug ins.
      This meant that when we updated nothing worked correctly.
      I decided that it would be less time consuming to rebuild the site from the basement up. Than to figure out where the thousands of errors it is generating each hour is coming from and try to correct them.

      Again thank you for bringing this to our attention.
      Look for the new pages to be up and running by December.

    2. I recently discovered that there is an issue with IE.
      Microsoft is phasing it out and is ending support for it. Microsoft now endorses their new “Edge” browser.

      As such WordPress is also ending support for IE as well. This means that they are no longer testing and tweaking the WP backbone to work with IE. There are plug-ins and other things that we as webmasters can do to help users of IE. However, due to mobile platforms and other browser platforms, we already have to do final testing and tweaking for eight formats. This is without dealing with IE.

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